Sober Living in Oregon
Oregon offers many sober living resources for both males and females in recovery from addiction. Sober houses have a long history in Oregon. Recovering addicts find that by residing together, they can better understand and encourage one another to stay sober. Some sober living residences in Oregon are peer-run homes. They promote self-help groups, frequent house meetings, and necessary drug screenings before residents are admitted and during an individual’s stay. Residents of sober houses in the state of Oregon have various options for living choices. Some may select male, female, coed, certified, or non-certified houses, depending on their preferences.
Oregon’s sober housing proponents understand that for many people recovering from a substance abuse disorder, returning after rehabilitation to unstable relationships and negative environments can sabotage any gains attained during treatment and can cause a relapse. Living in a sober house can give a sober living resident the time and safety they need while they find employment and a permanent place to reside.
A list of all sober houses in Oregon is available below.
Sober House Certification in Oregon
There is currently no State Certification Program for sober living houses in Oregon.
Recovery Resources in Oregon
The journey to recovery requires more than sober homes. In addition to certification information, Sober House Directory provides state-by-state information for recovery resources. For recovery resources in Oregon, please visit the Oregon Sober House Recovery Resource page for more information.